Dave's Whim #4

SourceDir: 2-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Level: Intermediate
djn_Last_Revised: 2015-06-17 22:03:16 GMT
QT: Improper

A1: (8)  Ones Do-si-Do
    (8)  Pass Through Across + Cloverleaf Turn Single {1}
A2: (16) Neighbor Balance & Swing {no swap}
B1: (8)  Circle Left 1x
    (8)  Star Left 1x
B2: (8)  {Men step up to N.  Courtesy turn style} Prom Across {2}
    (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back

CallingNotes: {1} For gender free teaching, walk through the turn single 
  in stages - first turn back to neighbor, then all continue turning to 
  face partners across the set, then all continue turning to face that 
  same neighbor.  The men turn single to the right, and the ladies to the 
  left.  {2} For genderless teaching, ask dancers to hold the star.  
  "Some of you will be facing in and can readily see your partner in the 
  other line.  Others will be facing out and have a fine view of a side 
  wall.  Those facing in (nominaly the ladies) linger a bit in this 
  spot.  Those facing out (nominally the gents) hustle up and put your 
  right arm around your neighbor's waist.  Tango style promenade across 
  and turn as a couple on the other side."

NotesOther: Inspired by Ted Sannella's "Ted's Whim"

                                     #   #   Ones Do-si
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
A1 1s DSD     |  Do    #    #   #    --    #    #    Pass  Through-and
   PT Clover  |  Clover   Leaf  #   #  --   #   #    Neighbor  Balance
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
A2 N B&S      |  #   #   #-and   Swing  ---             (4)
              |         (4)             ---   #   #    Circle   Left
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B1 Circle L   |         (4)             ---   #   #     Star    Left
   Star L     |         (4)             ---   #   #   Promen   -Ade-a
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
B2 Tango Pr   |  Cross   #   #    #    ---    #   #   Long   Lines
   LLFB       |  Forward-n   Back   #  #   ---   #   #   Ones  Do-si